Rare Cadillac Wagons: History and Unique Features

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Rare Cadillac Wagons
Rare Cadillac Wagons

For the 1969 Indy 500 race, there have long been rumors about a distinctive fleet of fourteen Cadillac station wagons. These rare vehicles, believed to have been specially converted from the four-door Fleetwood or Sedan DeVille models, were handled by National Coaches in Indiana. While Cadillac didn’t produce station wagons during that era, they permitted dealers to meet customer requests by facilitating aftermarket conversions.

Despite the scarcity of detailed information, this intriguing piece of automotive history continues to capture the interest of car enthusiasts. The resulting luxury wagons, backed by factory warranties in some cases, are now rare treasures sought after by collectors.

Rare Cadillac Wagons
Rare Cadillac Wagons (Cadillac)

One such example, originally owned by a dentist in Fargo, North Dakota, exemplifies the opulence and craftsmanship of its era. Featuring a robust 472 cubic-inch V8 engine, luxurious amenities, and spacious interior, this Cadillac wagon epitomizes the pinnacle of automotive luxury in its time.

Despite its rarity and historical significance, this exceptional vehicle is now available for acquisition via online auction, offering enthusiasts a chance to own a piece of automotive history.


By Annie Linardos

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